I didn’t get to watch last night’s Teen Wolf until now & uh, wow. Thoughts:
WHAT DID MELISSA DO? People really need to finish their stories. (Why do I have this feeling that the Sheriff is Scott’s real dad? But that’s probably not it.)
I was kind of hoping Kira’s mom would die. That’s bad, isn’t it?
I thought the scene with Peter trying to pull Lydia out to focus on her mission was really cute. BUT then I realized Peter was probably selfishly doing it so he could get the name of his kid.
Side note on that one: I’ve seen people questioning how he got her to give him the name. You know that he said he would only help save Stiles if she’d tell him, right?! Cause I’m pretty sure that’s what happened.
I kind of thought Stiles playing that game with the nogitsune was adorable.
So what happened to Isaac, Derek, and Ethan (and Aiden, too, I guess)? Are they gonna be okay?
“Fictional characters do exist, not in our world of course, we’d be screwed if that ever happened. But in the world of our minds, they are the main population there. They bring colour and life to it, they are the little voices in your head telling you not to do something because it’ll end up bad.
People who don’t read and scoff at people who like reading, they will never have that. Their minds will be grey and boring, they’ll never know the pleasure and pain that it is to love someone so much, even though you can’t physically touch them.
So if anyone ever laughs at you for reading and being imaginative, pity them. Because they will grow old and boring, their lives will be sad and plain while yours will be full of the adventures you shared with the fictional characters in the books you love.”—My Literature teacher, when she saw that someone was making fun of me because I like reading. (via everythingisbetteratdusk)
“I can get my head turned by a good-looking guy as much as the next girl. But sexy doesn’t impress me. Smart impresses me, strength of character impresses me. But most of all, I am impressed by kindness. Kindness, I think, comes from learning hard lessons well, from falling and picking yourself up. It comes from surviving failure and loss. It implies an understanding of the human condition, forgives its many flaws and quirks. When I see that in someone, it fills me with admiration.”—Lisa Unger, Beautiful Lies (via mrsclarkkent)